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I HAVE INSTALLED AN UNDER-COUNTER RADIO/CD PLAYER--I HAVE TRIED THE INSTRUCTIONS OVER AND OVER---I CANNOT GET THE RADIO TO PICK UP ANY BAND EXCEPT AM---I PUNCH THE RADIO BUTTON UNTIL I SEE FM1--THEN ADVANCE THE CHANNELS---IT REVERTS BACK TO AM ???

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Radio needs station signal to be received connect outside antenna and direct it until you receive best reception.

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How do i repair the cd player on my bose awrc1g radio cd player


Hi Susan

As there are no user serviceable parts inside your unit, your best bet would be to contact Bose directly. This is likely best left to the pros, especially if the unit is still under warranty.
Here's the link to your owners manual, service centres are on page 29.

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https://www.bose.co.uk/GB/en/images/owners-guide_Wave-Radio-CD_AM250723_05_tcm6-57006.pdf

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I inherited this dual-deck amplifier from an uncle who has passed on. Unfortunately there is no manual with it anymore. The buttons on the tape decks don't depress except for the stop which immediately...


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It's hard to provide advice without knowing make / model number. Many manufacturers have back issues of owners manuals on their websites - if not a Google search will often trawl one up
Lots of manufacturers used to put 'soft touch' buttons on cassette players - they don't actually push in (just wobble a bit) but work nonetheless. From your description it sounds like the drive belt has broken - alternatively it could be some worn cogs in the motor system, which might explain the clicking sound. Many years ago I had an AIWA tape deck that made a loud clicking when the tape counter got to 9999. Pressing the counter reset used to clear it.
You should be able to connect a CD or DVD player to it using the auxiliary sockets on the rear panel (assuming it has some). Any tape/ aux inputs should be the right impedance to work okay but a phono (record player) socket is unlikely to match. There will normally be a row of buttons (or perhaps a rotary dial) on the front to select input source.

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I need a power cord for CD-1095 - where can I buy?


You can pick up a generic power cord for your CD player from places such as Radio Shack. I believe their item # 61-2875 will work for you.

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I have a problem with an old audio system from Sanyo made in 90's, model gtx 969cd. The cd player does not read. I clean the laser cell and i try to adjust it from the potentiometer but with no succes. I...


sounds to me like the lens may be scratched from cleaning it if you are careful and have some experiance in the matter you may be able to grab a laser out of a cd portable made by sony that will change out

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CD player won't work


Firstly is it burnt or factory cd? Most factory cd players won't play a burnt disk.
If you have a store-made cd and it is not reading that, then the lens inside the player is dirty and needs to be blown out with a can of "airduster"

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Cd player does not work


unplug it, unscrew the screws holding the cover on, you should be able to see the lazer lens where the disks go, now take a q-tip with rubbing alcohol on it and gently rub the lens in one direction to remove any dust. cd players are very picky about dust and even just a little can give you a no disc error. ive had to do it to many cd players, so this should work for you! good luck

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PACKARD BELL CD/RADIO/MP3 PLAYER. MODEL PB OP 10


This is not for connecting an MP3 player, but rather for playing MP3-CD's. Using your computer and a CD burner, you can burn a CD with up to about ten hours worth of MP3s on it. The procedure for creating the disc varies depending on your burning software. In Nero, for example, you would select "Music" and then "MP3 Disc" and then select the songs you want to put on the disc. For other software you just select "burn a data disc" and then select the MP3 files you want.

Once you have a CD full of MP3s, put it in the Packard-Bell stereo's CD player, and you will be able to play all the MP3 files that are on the CD. THe advantage, of course, is being able to put ten hours on one CD instead of only 80 minutes.

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